Land title is all usufruct up

It has been argued that the British Crown only gave Joseph Brant’s Mohawks and such others, “usufruct rights” to land named under the Haldimand Deed…

Native Land Cleansed from City Documents

Brantford’s voters, who may be browsing the City’s Ward maps, are served a map cleansed of Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and Glebe Farm…

Youth employment strategy in rural Ontario

The Rural Ontario Institute will host a forum on February 11 in Brantford, which will explore the challenges and solutions to overcome rural youth unemployment.

Man missing almost a year, still no answers

AKWESASNE – Timothy Benedict-Leaf, 19, was last seen at his mother’s house on Cornwall Island almost one year ago and no one has seen or…

New Gladue Court off to a slow start

he Ontario Court of Justice’s new ‘Aboriginal’ Persons’ Court (also known as Gladue Court), got off to a slow start last Thursday.

Akwesasne woman proposes Cornwall Island Mohawk Band Council

AKWESASNE –Cornwall Island (Kawehnoke) may one day have a different political governance structure if one local political activist has her way.

Young couples’ lives end in tragedy, leave behind 6 young children

Tuscarora Reservation: A young couple is dead following a single vehicle accident on December 30, 2013. Danyle White and Brandon Rickard leave behind 6 young…

Tar-sand’s Dilbit Makes Regina Debut but Neil Young Tough Act to Follow

On Saturday January 18, 2014, in the morning after Friday’s Neil Young Honour the Treaties concert in Regina, a pumping station leak south of the…

Prominent Canadians Support Neil Young

Not even a full day after Neil Young’s incredibly successful “Honour the Treaties” Tour, which raised more than half a million dollars to help the…

Dick Hill, a strong voice echoes forever

The man I will always think of as the last true Mohawk Warrior, has finally found peace. Dick Hill died early Tuesday morning.

John Kane Addresses “Inherent Sovereignty” at Federal Recognition Conference at Arizona State University

(WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 20, 2014) – John Kane, Mohawk activist and national commentator on Native issues, was a featured speaker Thursday, Jan. 16, at “Who…

CLAX GAMES SCHEDULED FOR CATTARAUGUS CANCELLED

ST. CATHARINES, ON – Monday, January 20, 2014 – Due to a scheduling conflict, all Canadian Lacrosse League (CLax) games scheduled to be played in…

Outbreak of H1N1 reaches Garden Hill First Nation

Approximately 30 cases of the H1N1 flu strain have been reported on the Garden Hill First Nation located 600 kilometres north of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Death of Chief’s son renews calls for suicide prevention

Neskantaga First Nation: Tragedy has hit again in the small Oji-Cree fly-in community of Neskantaga. Less then a year after the First Nation declared a…

Methadone treatment information session

Six Nations Health Services held a Methadone treatment information session Thursday evening at Six Nations Polytech. The information session was done through the community education…